100 Years of Wrigley Field


Ahh…the bleacher seats at Wrigley. Set above the Wall of Ivy, the seating isn’t comfy, but the view is spectacular. In front of you is the playing field, behind you is the famous scoreboard. On a hot day, you may be cooled by a nice breeze coming in off Lake Michigan…and on a cold day…well you may get a real feel for “The Windy City”. Watching a game here is truly an All American experience. From the Chicago hot dogs to the Old Style beer, it’s the quintessential ballpark experience for baseball fans young and old. As of today, the antiquated walls of the Friendly Confines have welcome visitors for 100 years. If you listen closely you can almost hear the roar of the crowd from Opening Day 1914.

What’s your favorite Wrigley Field memory?

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